Stan Lee is arguably the greatest comic book artist of all time…
Fans everywhere rejoiced at the recent announcement of Stan Lee created pieces of art, which come in both physical, as well as digital form.
The Legacy Collection: Portraits of Stan Lee will feature fan favorites from many different parts of the expansive Marvel universe.
Look for these NFT’s around October 27th!
Here’s what people are saying:
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) October 19, 2021
— Ð-Real (@DReal675) October 12, 2021
Decrypt had some more details:
Prior will begin releasing NFT versions of the Stan Lee paintings on October 27 through Mogul Productions, a crypto crowdsourcing and funding platform that lets token holders vote on which film projects are produced.
Ten of Prior’s paintings will be available in the initial rollout, with more planned to make the leap into the NFT space in the future.
Introducing The Legacy Collection: Portraits of Stan Lee from Marvel & DC Comics artist @prior2art
10 NFT paintings memorializing Stan Lee in some of the most iconic Marvel covers ever drawn will be auctioned exclusively on #Mogul on 10/27 for 48 hourshttps://t.co/ITAexLcQsc pic.twitter.com/xY6Hn0AfF7
— Mogul Productions ⭐️ (@mogulofficial_) October 19, 2021
After getting nothing the last 3 or 4 comic drops, it feels good to be back in #CommonGang!
— ⭕VeVe Vault⭕ (@VeVeVault) October 19, 2021
Previously seen Marvel inspired NFT’s have also made their way to market since August according to Marvel:
Phineas Horton was like a modern day Prometheus, stealing fire from heavens and handing a human torch down to man. Discover the origin of The Human Torch in stunning detail.
Stay tuned for more Marvel NFT digital collectibles — all part of a larger initiative to celebrate ‘Marvel Month’ on the VeVe App. Collectors can look forward to the release of other Marvel digital products such as digital statues, digital comic books and other digital collectibles on the VeVe App later in August.
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